The Top 7 finalists performed their favorite standards from Rod Stewart’s “Great American Songbook” series. Last night, it was revealed that Ace Young received the fewest votes after Tuesday’s performance show, ending his quest to become the next American Idol. Young, from
This season to date, American Idol also shows incredible growth compared to the same telecasts last year, increasing +12% among Adults 18-49 (12.7/31 vs. 11.3/29), +10% among Adults 18-34 (11.7/32 vs. 10.6/30), +4% among Teens (9.4/29 vs. 9.0/28) and +14% in Total Viewers (30.6 vs. 26.9 Mil).
Next week, television’s hottest show gets even hotter when the Top 6 finalists (Paris Bennett, Chris Daughtry, Taylor Hicks, Katharine McPhee, Kellie Pickler and Elliott Yamin) compete head-to-head again on Tuesday, April 25 ( live/PT tape-delayed). The performance show theme will be “Classic Love Songs.” Tune in the following night to watch Andrea Bocelli perform, and find out who receives enough votes to stay in the competition and who must go home on the American Idolresults show Wednesday, April 26 ( live/PT tape-delayed) on Fox.